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US Department of Education College Safety Statistics
One of the most important evaluations that must be done before selecting a school to attend is to fully understand the college safety statistics.  The US Department of Education regularly complie
The New York Times September 10, 2010 Preparing Children to Be Safe at College
By PAUL SULLIVAN Money can buy many things to help children excel academically, like tutors and private school educations. But as those children go off to college, the one thing otherwise protectiv
When Your Trusting Personality Becomes Dangerous
As Iíve probably mentioned in previous articles, Iím from a really small town. How small? We my high school had a nine-man football team because we didnít have enough people to have a full 11-man team
From the WGNtv.com "The Essential Dorm Item: A Safe"
The Essential Dorm Item: A Safe Steve Rosen Tribune Media Services The Essential Dorm Item: A Safe Moving my daughter into her dorm on a hot Texas weekend was a two-carload proposition -- from c
Are colleges hiding campus crime statistics?
An article in the CUNY Graduate Center Advocate states the major colleges and university in the City University of NY system are not fully reporting campus crime statistics.  Unfortunately inf
US News and World Report: Report Says Universities Hide Rape Data
December 04, 2009 04:35 PM ET | Jeff Greer A report by the Center for Public Integrity has uncovered some shocking information. "Sexual Assault on Campus: A Frustrating Search for Justice" outlines
Companion - a campus safety app that will keep you from ever walking alone at night again
"Text me when you get home" is a frequent farewell among friends and family. By Sara Ashley O'Brien @saraashleyo But what if you could actually track their journey home, check in if they're feeling u
1 in 4 Women Experience Sex Assault on Campus - by RICHARD P…REZ-PE—A -The New York Times
In four years of college, more than one-fourth of undergraduate women at a large group of leading universities said they had been sexually assaulted by force or when they were incapacitated, accordin
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